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what is a good start for linux certification?

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i was thinking of getting certified for suse linux. what is the base certificate or the "a+" of linux?

thanks for any advice on this.

lukefuno
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by:QuietRoot
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RedHat Certification ??
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by:ppfoong
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for SUSE Linux, this is the suitable one:

Novell Certified Linux Engineer
http://www.novell.com/training/certinfo/cle/
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by:DigitalOswald
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I would start with Linux +
http://certification.comptia.org/linux/default.aspx

As stated by comptia it shows that you can explain the fundamental management of linux systems from the command line.
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instillmotion earned 50 total points
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LPI 1 is a great start.
http://www.lpi.org/
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by:instillmotion
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Here's the link to their certifications:
http://www.lpi.org/en/lpi/english/certification/the_lpic_program
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